Brain Injury Affects Person’s Mental Health[Affects Family]

Today’s post is about how traumatic brain injury affects behavior and even brings about serious mental health issues like depression and suicidal tendency after the injury.


How Brain Injury Affects a Person?

Traumatic brain injury can affect a person in a profound manner. Though TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) can vary in severity from mild to severe, even the mildest of TBI cases could experience a lot of after-effects.

Traumatic brain injury can not only cause physical symptoms and problems like disability, paralysis etc. but also can lead to many mental health issues, emotional problems and of course social interaction issues as well.

Needless to say, it’s not just the patient, but brain injury can affect the family too.


Traumatic Brain Injury Cure and Complete Recovery

I have treated several cases of Traumatic Brain Injury which has recovered quickly and successfully with my homeopathic treatment. I have already shared a detailed post about one such successfully cured TBI case of a 15-year-old boy.

If you have had a close encounter with traumatic brain injury either as a patient or a patient caregiver, you know very well that conventional or modern medicine approach to TBI treatment is far behind the mark.

This kind of treatment may manage to save the patient’s life after injury but recovery from the after-effects of traumatic brain injury and rehabilitation is lackluster. It falls short of ensuring complete recovery from disabilities and return to the pre-injury quality of life (QOL).


How Brain Injury Affects Behavior

Behavior of a TBI patient can change quite a lot. They may exhibit a variety of symptoms like irritability, restlessness, impatience, aggression, emotional dependence, lethargy, lack of motivation, moodiness etc. Overall there is a drastic change in the patient’s behavior and many a times their conduct could be inappropriate for the situation.


Brain Injury and Mental Health

It is quite commonly seen after brain injuries that the patient starts developing mental health problems.

There could be a variety of issues like depression, bipolar symptoms, obsessive behavior, compulsive behavior, panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), aggressive behavior, repetitive behavior, sexual perversions and even mania.


Brain Injury Causes Memory problems

A patient with brain injury can’t remember things as efficiently as he / she could before the injury. Depending upon the exact location of the brain where the injury has affected, there could be issues with learning, short term memory loss etc.

Usually the patient can’t remember anything related to the event of the accident. Many of the patients with brain injury can’t remember names of people, places or things.

The commonest problem observed is that they can’t remember what they ate for breakfast that day or can’t recollect who had visited them a short while ago. They also struggle to keep track of the current date and may even keep on repeatedly asking others about it.


Brain Injury and Acting Childlike

Many of the patients with brain injury start acting childlike and this is quite disturbing for the family. The patient might be a middle-aged adult man. But after the injury, his behavior undergoes a tremendous change.

This is known as regressive behavior and some rare cases have reported of TBI related persistent severe regressive behavior.

To the spouse or the family, it seems like he has gone back to his childhood overnight.

In short, the behavior is not age-appropriate and sometimes a teenager or adult may start sucking the thumb or exhibit temper tantrums, dependency etc.


Can Brain Injury Cause Personality Disorders?

There is a huge frequency of brain injury with personality changes. Caregivers or family members of the patients often report that the injury has completely the patient and they are no longer the same as before the injury. The new behavior and personality of the patient is quite contrary to their original and pre-injury state.

There could also be alternation of personalities in some cases, where the patient displays normal or pre-injury personality for some time and then there are sudden bouts of new or changed personality (developed post-injury) that last for some time.

People who were kind, courteous and well-mannered may develop aggressive, violent and rude behavior which completely puzzles the family members and friends.

Patients tend to become frustrated at little things and often the bouts of anger, irritation and impatience is directed at themselves. They tend to take every failure to heart and overreact. Every little incapability of doing seemingly simple things like, say buttoning their shirt is taken on as a personal humiliation. And most of the patients react to humiliation with extreme anger.


Homeopathic Treatment of Brain and Head Injury

Homeopathy is a boon in treating all kinds of head and brain injury. If given as first-aid within minutes of a head or brain injury, homeopathic emergency medicines can control and limit the extent of damage to the nerves, brain and spinal cord.

Other symptoms like external bleeding and internal brain hemorrhage can also be controlled very rapidly and efficiently with homeopathic medicines.


Homeopathic Treatment Swiftly Controls Brain Hemorrhage and Cerebral Edema

The most dangerous sequel of a brain haemorrhage is building up of intra-cranial pressure which could be due to internal bleeding or even due to development of swelling and edema of the brain after traumatic brain injury.

Homeopathic medicines are very powerful and show brilliant results in internal bleeding and edema of the brain.


Why Homeopathy is Your Best Choice for Brain and Head Injury?

Homeopathy reduces morbidity and mortality rates in all cases of head and brain injury. We have developed a highly specialized homeopathic treatment protocol for head and brain injury.

We use our Live Positive Multispeciality Homeopathy Protocol to treat traumatic brain injury, head injury, nerve injury and spine injury cases with magnificent results. Our patients have come out of coma and started talking and walking within a remarkably short duration of 45-60 days.

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The complete regaining of pre-injury physical and mental condition has taken only 6 – 10 months.

We have successfully treated both short-term and long-term effects of brain injury and are extremely thrilled that our Live Positive protocol for head, brain and nerve injury has helped people regain their lives back without disability, dependence and deterioration.

Remember that every minute that you delay in starting the Live Positive treatment protocol, can cost you the life and quality of life of the brain injured person.


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